Film screening in the courtyard of the château at 9h45pm

Free, popular, sexy, fleeting, disposable, quirky, fascinating : Pop Art is an attitude! 


Bookings: 04 75 00 62 30

From 8pm, the ciné pop ticket gives free access to the Pop Art exhibition, also at the musée Saint-Martin during 7 days. On the spot, three-star cooking by chef Simon in his Inspir' Foodtruck (more on: and wine bar. 

In partnership with De l’Ecrit à l’Ecran Festival.

Sunday 16th July

Director: Howard Hawks
Starring Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Coburn. United States. 1953. 1h31
Original version with French subtitles.

Showgirls Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw travel to Paris, pursued by a private detective hired by the suspicious father of Lorelei's fiancé, as well as a rich, enamored old man and many other doting admirers.

Gentlemen prefer blondes

Sunday 23rd July

Directed by David Lynch
Starring Nicholas Cage, Laura Dern. United States. 1990 (restored version). 2h07
Palme d’Or Cannes in 1990.
Original version with french subtitles.

Two lovers, Sailor and Lula, run away from Marietta, the young woman's mother who is against their love, as well as from many dangerous and mysterious characters threatening them. Will their love overcome the surrounding violence? 

Sunday 30th July

Directed by Dennis Hopper
Starring Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Jack Nicholson. United States. 1969 (restored version). 1h30
Prize of the best first movie for Denis Hopper at the Cannes Film festival 1969.
Original version with French subtitles.

Two bikers drive through the US to find out about its hidden charms... Two faces of America. 

Sunday 6th August

Directed by Milos Forman
Starring John Savage, Charlotte Rae , Miles Chapin. United States/Germany. 1979. Restored version. 2h
Original version with French subtitles.

Claude, young and naive, believing in God, son of a patriotic farmer, visits New York before joining the army and being sent to Vietnam. On his way, he ends up in a hippie meeting in Central park and is immediately attracted by the beautiful Sheila. The hippies pacifist leader talks him into declaring his love and tries to convince him not to join the army. He then experiences freedom, drugs, and gives up little by little the beliefs he used to consider as right.